We’ve added the option to convert to SVG to our online PDF converter.
You will also notice that the layout has slightly changed; it now uses 3 radio buttons instead of a single check box. The link to our page explaining the text modes is still present, hopefully this will help reduce any confusion.
As mentioned in a previous blog post this is our first release of the PDF to SVG so feedback is appreciated.
We are also at JavaOne in 2 weeks time and you are welcome to discuss it, GlassFish, and how we have constructed our converter with us there if you’re going. See you there!
This post is part of our “SVG Article Index” in these articles, we aim to help you build knowledge and understand SVG.
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